The island of Bali is part of the Indonesian archipelago, a 5000 km long string of 13,677 islands stretching between Malaysia in the west and Australia in the east. Located just east of the island of Java, Bali is a small island about 150 km across at its widest point. The island is volcanic and graced with swathes of fertile land which has been sculptured into rice paddies. The citizens of Bali are mainly Hindu and this religion is reflected in many of its caves.

Sights of Bali

 Goa Gajah |  Goa Lawah

See also

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